Watch Norwich V Aston Villa Live Stream Online Free HD Video On Sopcast, Norwich V Aston Villa Live Streaming HD Video Internet TV, Norwich V Aston Villa Live Soccer TV Channels Online Defender Michael Turner will return from injury for Norwich's League Cup quarter-final tie against Aston Villa.
Alexander Tettey and Ryan Bennett remain sidelined, and Steven Whittaker (hip) and Wes Hoolahan (groin) are fitness doubts.
Aston Villa midfielder Ashley Westwood is cup-tied, having already played in this season's competition for Crewe.
Defenders Ron Vlaar and Enda Stevens remains injury doubts with respective calf and ankle problems.
The Canaries of Norwich have had every reason to be chirpy of late, but the return of former manager Paul Lambert for Tuesday's League Cup quarter-final is sure to ruffle a few feathers.
The Scotsman will be back at Carrow Road for the first time since his bitter summer departure to Aston Villa. He and Norwich are suing each other for breach of contract, with the case due to go before a Premier League tribunal at the end of January.
Lambert would be unsurprised if he is jeered by some Norwich fans, although there was little hostility towards him when the sides met at Villa Park in October. Furthermore, he believes that the abuse he received from Rangers fans while playing for Celtic will stand him in good stead. Lambert said of the expected flak: "You'll probably hear it. But listen, I was at a club for eight years that half the city hated. I still get it to this day when I get home - and I retired from playing about 15 years ago.